Macri on trial

The Argentinian government serves as a plaintiff in a trial presented against former President Mauricio Macri and several officials of his administration, who are suspected to have participated in a gigantic fraud concerning a loan granted in 2018 by the International Monetary Fund, the IMF, to that country.... More

Remembering Ramsey Clark

The news of his death did not come as a surprise since it was known that his health was declining and he was also affected by irreparable family losses.  But the death of Ramsey Clark is a source of pain and suffering for many, in many parts of the world.... More

The Drums of War

The loud sound of the drums can already be heard. This time, the sound is not coming from our Caribbean aborigines or those from the south of the continent which vibrate in celebrations and protests to the sound of their claims or slogans. Those that are now being heard are the ones of the North American Empire, who is preparing to launch a generalized offensive against our peoples, south of the Rio Grande.... More

Sand and lime

The wind blows hot and cold for Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, who has been tasked with creating a new government after last March's elections, almost at the same time as the beginning of a trial against him on corruption and abuse of power.... More

It's more than just a vaccine

With only a few exceptions, including Cuba -- a small Caribbean archipelago subjected to a brutal blockade -- COVID-19 brings out the worst features of human beings around the world -- that is to say selfishness, corruption and the excessive profit motive of criminal organizations.... More

The glass ceiling

It is quite common that the U.S. government, loyal to its traditions, meddles in the sovereign affairs of other nations as it recently did when demanding freedom for coup leader Jeanine Añez and two of her locked-up ministers in Bolivia. ... More

Washington, March 29 (RHC) The Washington Post recalled on Monday how the efforts led by Cuban leader Fidel Castro to develop biotechnology on the island in the early 1980s, 40 years later, have placed Cuba before the possibility of becoming the world's smallest country to develop not just one, but multiple coronavirus vaccines.... More

Vaccine circus

We are now witnessing the appalling image of human greed with the distribution of vaccines... More

The endless war

The new U.S. Secretary of Defense, Lloyd Austin, made his first visit to Afghanistan, where he met with the high command of the occupying army and local authorities, and repeated the old litany that his country is seeking a "responsible" solution to the war.... More

Ligia Prieto de Centurión, an outstanding woman committed to promoting solidarity with Cuba, died this March 16th in Paraguay.  Word of her passing had a great impact on the Radio Habana Cuba staff.... More

Signs of concern 

We are still immersed in the most difficult stage of a health crisis that in little more than one year has caused almost 122 million infections and 2.68 million deaths, and there are already alarming signs that show the post-pandemic world will not be any better than it was before.... More

European political and social forces have conveyed messages of support to Cuba, which faces difficult times, while right-wing regional sectors intensify their destabilizing plans.... More

March 15th marks another anniversary when Cubans evoke the historic Protesta de Baraguá (Baragua Protest) and the eulogy of General Antonio Maceo delivered by Armando Hart Dávalos on December 7, 1962.... More

Havana, March 11 (RHC)-- The Cuban Foreign Ministry issued a statement on Thursday, March 11, on a failed human trafficking operation that has resulted in the loss of lives in the Florida Straits. Radio Havana Cuba brings the full text of that declaration.... More

The World Health Organization has highlighted that Brazil presents an alarming situation, and remains the second country in the world with the highest number of deaths due to COVID-19 and the third regarding the amount of infected people.  For several weeks, this country has shown critical records, with an average death toll of 1,500 per day.... More